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Re: A fast 80s Melodic Synth Instrumental Using Free Synths

Post by wrekkstylz » Wed May 06, 2009 3:20 am

that's some cool stuff there multipac. I dig this kinda stuff. :thumbright: :thumbright:

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Re: A fast 80s Melodic Synth Instrumental Using Free Synths

Post by john909kid » Thu May 07, 2009 6:05 pm

I've not commented before, but I really like all of these 80's tracks you're doing. I just love the whole vibe and retro sound of them.
All excellent. Look forward to hearing more of them :D

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Re: A fast 80s Melodic Synth Instrumental Using Free Synths

Post by dr.sine » Fri May 08, 2009 8:35 am

if i may sound like hillybilly for a min.

...that track is f**k'-a-awesome!

you got the hand claps just right and everything!

gorgeous, lush synths -a- flowin' all over the place!

very nice.

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Re: A fast 80s Melodic Synth Instrumental Using Free Synths

Post by wrekkstylz » Sun May 10, 2009 9:58 am

multipackvitamin wrote:Thanks!
I see you have a Juno 60,
have you tried the Tal Uno vst's?
you can download them here: http://kunz.corrupt.ch/?Products:VST_TAL-U-No-62
If so, what are they like in comparison the real Juno you have?
well it's a pretty accurate impersonation. I can get it sounding very similar to my 60. it's very tedious for me to do because i have to control everything with my mouse.if you are doing that too, you are totally awesome, but yeah the sounds are somewhat similar. some of the presets on it are sounds i've never heard from the juno myself. The Juno-60 comes stock with some pretty weak a*s sounds by default (if you load the patches for Factory A or Factory B settings). It comes with maybe like 10 good sounds on each bank and the rest sound comparable to a keyboard at Wal-Mart, However, it is possible to get some pretty powerful sounds out of it.

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